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Ralph Adams Cram (1863–1942)

Cram, Ralph Adams. An American poet and story-teller; born in New Hampshire, Dec. 16, 1863; died in 1942. He was an architect in Boston. He wrote: ‘The Decadent, Being the Gospel of Inaction’; ‘Black Spirits and White,’ a book of ghost stories; ‘In the Island of Avalon,’ a volume of verse; ‘The Gothic Quest’ (1907); ‘Heart of Europe’ (1915).